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"Alternate Reality: The City" is a 1985 roleplaying game developed by Philip Price, Gary Gilbertson (music), Craig Skinner (artwork), Jim Ratcliff (Apple version), and Ken Jordan (Apple version), and distributed by Datasoft. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Copy II Plus" is a 1989 disk utility developed and distributed by Central Point Software. This is version 9.0 beta 1. It requires a 128K enhanced Apple //e or later.
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"Guardian" is a 1982 action game developed by tom & jerry and distributed by Continental Software. It runs on any Apple ][ with 48K.
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"Canyon Climber" is a 1982 action game developed by Brian Mountford and distributed by Datasoft. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Copy II Plus" is a 1985 disk utility developed and distributed by Central Point Software. This is version 6.0 beta 2. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Moebius: The Orb of Celestial Harmony" is a 1985 action game developed by Greg Malone and distributed by Origin Systems. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"TimeOut Grammar" is a 1992 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Sinbad and the Throne of the Falcon" is a 1990 action game developed by Curt Toumanian (art director), Steve Quinn (original art), Jeff Hilbers (art), Rob Landeros (art), Russ Truelove (art), Bill Williams (music & story), Jim Simmons (orchestration), Andrew Caldwell (orchestration), Douglass Sharp (computagraphy), and distributed by Cinemaware. It requires a 768K Apple IIgs ROM1 or later.
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"Copy II Plus" is a 1985 disk utility developed and distributed by Central Point Software. This is version 6.0 beta 1. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Six-Gun Shootout" is a 1985 strategy game distributed by Strategic Simulations, Inc. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Space Rescue" is a 1982 action game developed by Rod Nelsen and distributed by Level-10. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"TimeOut DeskTools" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.3. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"The Factory: Strategies in Problem Solving" is an educational program developed by Marge Cappo and Mike Fish. This re-release on 3.5-inch disk is dated 1990 and is distributed by WINGS for learning. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a //e or 64K ][+ with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Where in the USA is Carmen Sandiego" is a 1990 educational program developed by Ken Bull, Gene Portwood, and Lauren Elliot, and distributed by Broderbund Software. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Bismarck: The North Sea Chase" is a 1987 simulation game developed by Tony Stoddart, ported to the Apple II by Allen Adham, and distributed by Datasoft. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Destiny" is a 1985 adventure game developed by Jeff Pierce and distributed by Destiny Software. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"TimeOut MacroEase" is a 1990 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and Mark Munz, and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SuperFonts" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Mark Simonsen and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 3.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SuperFonts" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Mark Simonsen and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut PowerPack" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut ReportWriter" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SpreadTools" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Alan Bird, Randy Brandt, and Dan Verkade, and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut DeskTools" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Fay: The Word Hunter" is a 1991 educational program developed by Dave Vincent and Allan Forsberg, and distributed by Didatech Software. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a //e or 64K ][+ with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Math Blaster Plus!" is an educational program designed by Jan Davidson and Cathy Johnson, developed by C.K. Haun, and distributed by Davidson & Associates. This is version 1.1. It requires a 512K Apple IIgs ROM1 or later.
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"Microzine No. 36" is a 1990 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (director of programming), Alissa Ossip (programmer), Donald Way (programmer), Stuart Blavatnik (contributing programmer), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Marian Buck-Murray (associate editor), Rose Trivisonno (contributing editor), Jessica Stonier (editorial assistant). It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Sierra Championship Boxing" is a 1985 sportsgame developed and distributed by Sierra On-Line. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Reading General Interest: TEAM Series" is an educational program designed by Jan Davidson, Julie Baumgartner, and J. M. Albanese; written by L. X. Savain and T. S. DeBry; and distributed by Davidson & Associates. This is version 1.0. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut TeleComm" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Mark de Jong and Mark Munz, and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"The Oregon Trail" is a 1985 educational program developed and distributed by MECC. This is version 1.4. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 64K ][+ or //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SideSpread" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Mark Simonsen and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut DeskTools II" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Gettysburg: The Turning Point" is a 1986 strategy game developed by David Landrey and Chuck Kroegel, and distributed by Strategic Simulations, Inc. This is version 1.2. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Jumblezzz" is a 1990 educational program developed by Methods & Solutions and distributed by Mindplay. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a //e or 64K ][+ with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Microzine No. 31" is a 1989 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (director of programming), Alissa Nordlicht (programmer), Alan R. Schwartz (programmer), Julia Watkins (programmer), Donald Way (programmer), John Ricco (contributing programmer), Amy E. McKinley (editorial director), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Lainee Cohen (contributing editor), Rose Trivisonno (contributing editor), Tara Framer (art director), Jenny Grant (assistant...
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"TimeOut Thesaurus" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut Graph" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SuperForms" is a 1990 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.04. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SpreadTools" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Alan Bird, Randy Brandt, and Dan Verkade, and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut TeleComm" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Mark de Jong and Mark Munz, and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut DeskTools II" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Vocabulary Science and Health: TEAM Series" is an educational program designed by Jan Davidson, L. House, F. Schwartz, and J. M. Albanese; written by Kevin R. Burley; and distributed by Davidson & Associates. This is version 1.0. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Microzine No. 33" is a 1989 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (director of programming), Alissa Ossip (programmer), Alan R. Schwartz (programmer), Julia Watkins (programmer), Donald Way (programmer), John Ricco (contributing programmer), Michael Sweet (contributing programmer), Amy E. McKinley (editorial director), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Lainee Cohen (contributing editor), Rose Trivisonno (contributing editor), Tara Framer...
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"Microzine No. 35" is a 1990 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (director of programming), Alissa Ossip (programmer), Donald Way (programmer), Andrew Kaplan (contributing programmer), Michael Sweet (contributing programmer), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Marian Buck-Murray (associate editor), Rose Trivisonno (contributing editor), Maureen Stapleton (editorial assistant), Jessica Stonier (editorial assistant), Tara Framer (art...
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"Microzine No. 39" is a 1991 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (programmer), Michael Repasy (programmer), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Marian Buck-Murray (associate editor), Nadine Browning (contributing editor), Laura Jeffers (contributing editor). It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"TimeOut UltraMacros" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut QuickSpell" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.6. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut UltraMacros" is a 1988 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.7. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut ReportWriter" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 2.52. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Championship Wrestling" is a 1986 sports game developed by Lonnie D. Ropp, Richard A. Ditton, David Thiel, Jeffrey P. Lee, Timothy Skelly, and Elaine Hodgson, and distributed by Epyx. It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"First Letters and Words" is an educational program developed and distributed by First Byte. This is version 1.0. It requires a 768K Apple IIgs.
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"Microzine No. 37" is a 1990 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Stuart Blavatnick (programmer), Cary Hammer (programmer), Alissa Ossip (programmer), Donald Way (contributing programmer), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Marian Buck-Murray (associate editor), Nadine Browning (contributing editor), Laura Jeffers (contributing editor). It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"Microzine No. 34" is a 1990 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (director of programming), Alissa Ossip (programmer), Donald Way (programmer), Stuart Blavatnik (contributing programmer), Michael Sweet (contributing programmer), Amy E. McKinley (editorial director), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Lisa Feder-Feitel (contributing editor), Rose Trivisonno (contributing editor), Tara Framer (art director). It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or...
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"Microzine No. 38" is a 1990 set of educational games and programs distributed by Scholastic. Credits: Cary Hammer (programmer), Alissa Ossip (programmer), Michael Repasy (programmer), Lisa Mandel (project editor), Marian Buck-Murray (associate editor), Nadine Browning (contributing editor), Laura Jeffers (contributing editor). It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"TimeOut Graph" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Thexder" is a 1987 action game developed by Daron Stinnett and distributed by Sierra On-Line. This is version 1.5. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later. Double hi-res graphics require a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"TimeOut Thesaurus" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 2.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut ReportWriter" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Dan Verkade and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 2.2. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut DeskTools" is a 1990 productivity program developed by Alan Bird and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 3.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"GBA Championship Basketball" is a 1986 sports game developed by Troy London, Scott Orr, John Cutter, Mark Madland, and Craig Seastrom, and distributed by Activision. It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"Famous Scientists" is a 1987 educational program developed and distributed by Hartley Courseware. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or //e or 48K ][+ with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Lunar Explorer" is a 1986 simulation game developed by L. Roberts and distributed by Spectrum Holobyte. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"Maniac Mansion" is a 1987 adventure game developed by Ron Gilbert, David Fox, and Carl Mey, and published by LucasFilm Games. It requires a 128K Apple //e or later. Initial release date: 1987 Released on: Amiga, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, Linux, Macintosh, NES, Windows Publisher: Lucasfilm Games Genre: Adventure Perspective: Side view / 2D scroller   Sequel: Day of the Tentacle   Manuals and Documentation:   Game manual , original Lucasfilm Games hint book , collected...
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"Robot Rascals" is a 1986 strategy game developed by Dan Bunten, Alan Watson, Dave Warhol, Mark McElroy, and Mark Botner, and distributed by Electronic Arts. It requires a 64K Apple ][+ or later.
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"The Games: Winter Edition" is a 1988 collection of sports games distributed by Epyx. Credits: Edward Chu, Kevin Furry, Eric Knopp, Carl Mey, Scott Nelson, Kevin Norman, Edwin W. Reich Jr., Al Rubin, Chuck Sommerville, Steve A. Baker, Brooke W. Boering, Walter Horat, James Watcher, Susan Greene, Sheryl Knowles, Jenny Martin, Muffy McCosh, Matt Sarconi, Steve Snyder, Paul Vernon, Chris Ebert, Christopher Grigg, Bob Vieira. It requires a 128K Apple //e or later.
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"TimeOut SuperFonts" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Mark Simonsen and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"The Road to Gettysburg" is a 1982 strategy game developed by Paul Murray and distributed by Strategic Simulations, Inc. It requires a 48K Apple ][+ or later.
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"TimeOut FileMaster" is a 1987 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 1.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 2.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut UltraMacros" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 3.1. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut UltraMacros" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Randy Brandt and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 3.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"Where in Time is Carmen Sandiego" is a 1990 educational program developed by Lauren Elliott, Rod Nelsen, Leila Bronstein, Jenny Martin, Gail Rathbun, Mark Schlichting, Tom Rettig, and Claire Curtin, and distributed by Broderbund Software. This is version 1.1. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or a 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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"First Shapes" is an educational program developed and distributed by First Byte. This is version 1.0. It requires a 768K Apple IIgs.
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"Prince of Persia" is a 1989 action game developed by Jordan Mechner and published by Broderbund Software. It requires a 128K Apple //e, //c, or IIgs. Click the screenshot to play it in your browser. Download Prince of Persia.zip (contains .woz files) Download Prince of Persia extras.zip (contains .a2r flux files, .png screenshots) Prince of Persia on MobyGames Prince of Persia on Wikipedia Prince of Persia source code on GitHub Prince of Persia code review Creating the 2-side...
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"The Balance in Nature" is a 1984 educational program developed by Barry Kasven, Gerard Camilleri, and Bill Kresse, and distributed by Focus Media. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or //e or 48K ][+ with a compatible drive controller card.
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"TimeOut SuperFonts" is a 1989 productivity program developed by Mark Simonsen and distributed by Beagle Bros. This is version 3.0. It is a third-party add-on to AppleWorks 3.0, sold separately. It requires an Apple IIgs, //c+, or 128K //e with a compatible drive controller card.
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